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Do your employees struggle with
basic Microsoft Excel 2007?
Need hands-on training Reading Blueprints?

Register—NOW—to gain the needed skills
to succeed in your workplace!

Check out these Spring ’10 Community Education Professional Development classes:
  • Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007Learn about the generation and use of spreadsheets, editing, formatting, workbooks vs. worksheets, formulas, and functions.  This is a hands-on computer class, with lecture.  Feb. 16 & 23, 9:00-11:50 am, HCC, Freeport   $50
  • Blueprint Reading--Do you need some hands-on training in reading blueprints on the job?  Here’s a chance to learn how to read, interpret, and communicate with prints. Feb. 20 & 27, 8:30 am-Noon, HCC, Freeport   $125
  • DOT Haz Mat—Safety 1st!  This overview covers training requirements, packaging, hazard communication, and security issues related to transportation.  DOT Hazardous Materials Regulation (HMR 49CFR Parts 171-180 included. March 2, 8:00 am-5:00 pm, HCC, Freeport   $149
  • Highly Successful Presentations—Take charge of your presentation!  You will learn the 4 stages of presentations, successful communication skills, and how to use your voice and body language to project credibility.  March 5, 9:00 am-Noon, HCC, Freeport   $60

Train to Know—The Power to Grow

  Sign-up today!

For a complete list of classes and/or to register for Community Education classes, go to Community Ed Class Listings

Mail completed form with payment to: Highland Community College, 2998 W. Pearl City Rd., Freeport, IL, 61032.  Questions?  Call: 815-599-3612.

**Ask about the Company Payment Process to bill your company or organization. 

Article written and submitted by Business Institute Training Coordinator, Kathleen Weber

BI Solutions is an e-newsletter designed to inform you about emerging business trends and training opportunities.  Please consider being highlighted in our e-newsletter by offering a tip or suggestion that has worked for you at your workplace.

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What Staff Training
is on YOUR

business’ list of
New Year’s Resolutions?

  • Safety/Environmental
    OSHA-Record Keeping, ARC Flash, Dot Haz Mat
  • Technical
    Soldering, GD&T, Blue Print Reading
  • Computer
    Excel, PowerPoint, 2007 Updates
  • Quality
    5 S Workplace, AIAG, PPAP, ISO
  • Soft Skills
    Communication, Supervisory, Customer Service

Tailored for your business or organization.

If you can dream it,
we can train you for it!

Business Institute

Scott Anderson
Dean of Business & Technology

Kathleen Weber
Training Coordinator

Deb Hayenga
Office Coordinator
Fax: 815-235-6130

Business Institute
To work in partnership with businesses and organizations to meet their goals with
consultation, technical assistance, program development, and quality training


January 2010

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